English translation: Could it be Projection de Cauchy, d'après....?
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01:13 Sep 8, 2006
French to English translations [PRO] Science - Mathematics & Statistics / Graph theory
French term or phrase:Projection de Cauchy d’aprèse
In the context of graph theory and more specifically: projection of three-dimensional figures onto a plane. I am at complete loss as to what "d’aprèse" means.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks to all in advance
Well, unless the client gets back to me on this and doesn't just sort it out himself, it will remain a mystery for all of us.
I believe that the most probable correct version was "Projection d’après Cauchy" or something of the sort. The text contained quite a few typos, so I wouldn't be too surprised.
Anyway, thanks to all for trying to help.
Explanation: Transcription error?
[PDF] Natural ultrabornological, non-complete, normed function spaces
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(2) If P is a projection of E such that P (F) c F, ... Consider the case X = N. Then the space F12 of Cauchy-Lebesgue-integrable functions ... www.springerlink.com/index/T101404511544525.pdf - Similar pages
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